Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Canyon City, OR – September 20, 2015
Productive work place with superior management. I personally grew with my colleagues in learning a new field. The company was very willing in teaching me the roles of Receptionist/Administrative Assistant.
Hemodialysis Therapist (Former Employee), Irving, TX – September 20, 2015
I have learned how important it is to be compassionate when working directly with patients and their family members. I have had the opportunity to form a professional relationship with patients and earn their trust.
Dialysis Technician (Former Employee), Suwanee, GA – September 16, 2015
Typical day at work is very busy, so my dialysis team and my self prepare hour supplies and the biomed system so that we are prepared for the scheduled day working together to provide the best care to hour patience and in a timely and punctual fashion. We practice safety through every step.
Patient Care Specialist (Current Employee), midland tx – September 15, 2015
Pros: medical experience
Cons: dont care about employees
Disorganized. Huge responsibilities around the facility that don't have to do with patient care. CCHT are on a pay per patient basis. Pay is distributed on a patient to ccht ratio for the day. You may have 8 patients throughout the day but only get paid for 7. also they don't pay you for extra duties such as opening facility in the mornings and water duties
Patient care tech (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – September 11, 2015
Great company that cares about there patients and workers. They have great benefits for there workers. A typical day at work includes getting machines ready for patients and then running them on the machines. Hardest part of the job is the stress and long hours
Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee), Tupelo, MS – September 11, 2015
Pros: Great Medical Career Start
The work load was on the frustrating side, the benefits don't cover must of anything, the resident can be on the combative side, and the nursing staff acts as if they are too "superior" to help the CNAs.
Pros: I got to cook for the employees and bring in surprises for them.
Cons: Short breaks
Loved my job. I love working with different types of people. I think the hardest part of my job was going home at night. I have such a passion for people and detail. I love to collect money and making sure the accounts are correct.
Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Richardson – September 8, 2015
Pros: Very easy work
Cons: Everything except the work itself
Departments are continuing to shut down. Management provides no help. People are fearful for the loss of their job because they arent kept in the loop about all the changes going on. Every Friday someone in upper management resigns from their position. The benefits are horrible. Especially the PTO. You have to pay yourself to be off on Holiday's out of your own PTO time. Stay away. It's not work the drama.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Killeen, TX – September 8, 2015
Arrive to work, greeting patients and staff with big smiles and hugs for those who welcome them. Assess the situation to see if any priorities need tending to besides the norm. Stay positive and help wherever needed throughout the day. The hardest part is seeing someone in pain or having a difficult situation in life. The best part is being able to do something to help make things better for others.